Triangle Annual Report from Village
Annual status update
Period covered by this report: January to December 2014
|Name of village||CHILAUNEKHARKA, NP-11 Named Ginger Village|
|Was the Triangle procedure followed? Were there any deviations from the standard procedure?||Yes, the villagers followed the triangle procedure and held settlement level planning in September. There were not any deviations.|
|How many people were present at the village meeting?||22 men/25 women in Settlement Level Planning- SLP|
|How many members are in the committee?||
5 men, 4 women
|What were the issues raised at the village meeting?||Water and sanitation, repairing of school furniture, income generation activities, women empowerment, youth empowerment, irrigation, ponds conservation, school repairing, foot road, women skill development, vegetables farming, road etc.|
|What were the priorities presented by the committee?||
|What did the villagers decide to spend the funds on?||
The villagers decide to spend Nrs 40,000.00 for poultry business promotion and Nrs 50,000.00 for pig raising from Triangle supported money.
|Has the committee received the funds yet?||Yes in October 2014, it was transferred.|
|Activity plan: When are the activities going to be implemented?||All planned activities were completed, which are described below:
|Who is responsible for the implementation?||The village committee plays the vital role to implement all activities and after that VDC Secretary, VDC social Mobilizer and Triangle responsible person Hari also support to implement and monitor.|
How were the beneficiaries selected?
|After completed the settlement level planning the village committees’ members again organized the meeting and make the criteria to distribution of money. Generally the villager followed some indicators for the distribution of money which is indicated by LGCDP(Local Government Community Development Programme):
Were there any disagreements – discussions about the priorities?
What was the role of the Triangle facilitator?
Some of the villagers found that the Triangle donation could not fulfil all aspects of the wishes the villages had. However, the facilitator and Hari explained about the money and the supporting system from Triangle (getting to know how to influence VDC and DDC to get projects approved, and how to ask for better services).
Specially ASK cooperate and fully focus on the settlement level planning process with the engagement of communities, give the information of the Triangle, and about the resources of the VDC block grant and the District Development Office possibilities of supporting the village. The villages have seen that the Triangle support to ASK and the villages, has given the villagers more tools for managing their own resources and influencing those of the local bodies (VDC and DDC).
|Did the villagers have any comments/questions for the Triangle?||With lack of awareness, it was difficult to manage the money the right way the previous year, but after villagers participated in settlement level planning, they realized and fully agreed to the method and found it was realistic and participatory. There was a request that ASK should provide more technical knowledge for the settlement level planning and development possibilities in the village. Now the money for micro-loan is increasing so it has to provide the account management knowledge also.|
On-going activities – Status Update
|Name of village/cluster||Last visit:||Progress in the reporting period||Changes/delays/comments|
|Chilaunekharka, NP-11 Named: Ginger Village||
1. Settlement level planning is completed.
2. All planned activities are under Implementation
|Chilaunekharka, NP-11 Named: Ginger Village||May 2015||All planned activities were completed||There are no any comments and changes.|
Reporting of Micro loan
|Use of Microloan until end 2014||Micro loan total collected from pay back of loans: Nrs 224000 (138000 from previous year + Nrs 86,000 from 2014)
|Major Achievements from Previous Year||
|Impact of Settlement level planning||
Some examples of activities support by Trianglen
|Manu Magar and her husband are raising goats||Ram Thapa has given up his job in the Gulf and is aiming to have more goats|
|Man Bahadur Rana has planted ginger and maize|
Village situation after Earthquake and aftershock
Seven houses are totally collapsed and 20 houses are partially cracked. Many livestock sheds are cracked and damaged. School building is also partially cracked. People are requesting more shelter and support.
|Damaged houses due to the earthquake|